Home Sports Basketball NBA scout breaks down ‘Space Jam’ stars’ games, from Bugs Bunny to... SportsBasketball NBA scout breaks down ‘Space Jam’ stars’ games, from Bugs Bunny to Elmer J. Fudd March 31, 2020 2 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp LOONEY TUNE LAND — Bugs Bunny is 3-foot-3, but 4-foot if you count his ears, according to the play-by-play announcer of the hit 1996 children’s film “Space Jam.” Lola Bunny is 3-2. Tasmanian Devil is listed at 2-4. And Daffy Duck, though undersized, is somehow a power forward. Collectively, they’re supposed to take on a bunch of monsters with NBA talent. Director Joe Pytka’s iconic movie, as many viewers know, stars player-coach Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes in an epic basketball game. When the owner of Moron Mountain, an outer space amusement park, is looking for new attractions to beef up entertainment, he sends his five Nerdlucks to kidnap the Looney Tunes. The Nerdlucks are miniature aliens who can’t be taller than a foot each. They fly into Looney Tune Land on a rocket ship and alert Bugs Bunny and his fellow characters at a town hall meeting that they plan to capture all of them as slaves. In response, Bugs Bunny tells the… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Future Mock Draft: Selecting the best NBA rosters in 2025 How Kobe Bryant Created His Own Olympic Dream Team Report: NBA may jump right into playoffs, seed teams from 1-16 Charles Barkley is ‘100 percent sure’ NBA will resume season Report: NBA teams could recall players to prepare for season by next week The Athletic’s Sports and TV Week: Our favorite scripted sports shows Robert Horry dishes on wild Kobe Bryant-Michael Jordan similarities NBA In "Exploratory" Talks To Restart Season At Disney In Florida Agent doesn't see Bradley Beal being traded to Nets Michael Jordan book author calls out NBA legend for 'blatant lie' NBA to resume season at ESPN's Wide World of Sports complex? NBA enters 'exploratory conversations' to finish season at Disney World LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.